Fort Worth-area teen to represent Lone Star State at International Pageant

Savannah Wahrer Miss Teen Texas International
Savannah Wahrer Miss Teen Texas International

Savannah Wahrer, a resident of Fort Worth, brings home the crowning glory as she won the title of Miss Teen Texas International 2015.  Savannah competed against teens from across the Lone Star State to win the crown during the Texas International Pageant, held March 15 at the Granville Arts Center in Dallas.
The Miss Teen Texas International Pageant is the premier pageant for teens ages 13 through 18. Areas of competition included interview (both on-stage and personal), fitness wear, fun fashion and evening gown. The Miss Teen Texas International system emphasizes a young lady’s ability to serve and lead her community, as well as inspire others.
With a life-long passion for animals, Savannah’s platform, Saving Our Best Friends, is the cause she will spend her time promoting during her reign as Miss Teen Texas International. She volunteers regularly at local animal shelters (including the White Settlement Animal Shelter) and helps homeless pets to develop valuable socialization skills. Savannah has also organized donation drives gathering food, supplies, and funding to benefit the Fort Worth Humane Society and other local animal shelters. Savannah is 16 and is a sophomore at Aledo High School.  She is the daughter of Michael and Brooke Wahrer of Fort Worth.
“Having a cause that is close to their hearts allows queens in the Texas International system to use their intelligence and energy to advocate for those in need and be a part of something bigger than themselves,” said Rachel Hedstrom, executive director of the Texas International Pageant System and Director of the Year for all Miss and Teen International Pageants worldwide. “Savannah is the perfect example of the spirit of our system.  She will wear her crown with that unique Lone Star pride, a true symbol of service for those who need a voice. We are extremely proud of her.”
Savannah will represent the Lone Star State as she competes with teens from the other 49 states and countries around the world for the title of Miss Teen International this summer in Jacksonville, FL.